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Mark Cullen

A new breed of show garden

Posted on July 3, 2018

A new era of “garden tourism” is upon us. This is an exciting time in our history to explore recently opened, public attractions with a… Read More »

Evergreens provide privacy and nesting areas

Posted on June 20, 2018

Remember those that were there for you when things were grey? In the garden, that’s evergreens. In the last few weeks, many of the plants… Read More »

Tips for growing brassicas

Posted on June 13, 2018

We recently received a question through Facebook: “What is the difference between cabbage and ornamental cabbage?” What a great question. The quick answer is, “Not… Read More »

Native plants making a comeback

Posted on June 6, 2018

Early horticulturalists had a lot in common with Indiana Jones. Finding foreign plant species was a form of adventure for generations. David Fairchild was one,… Read More »

What’s new in gardening? A lot!

Posted on May 30, 2018

Some gardening concepts are gone. Dracaena in a pot surrounded by pink geraniums are a seriously dated idea, like icicle lights at Christmas, or the… Read More »

More than just a tree

Posted on May 23, 2018

The oldest tree in Toronto could be cut down. The 350-year-old red oak is located on a residential lot in Rexdale, within walking distance of… Read More »

Here’s how to amplify your bird section

Posted on May 21, 2018

Provide food and habitat and you can enjoy a living soundtrack in your own backyard In the chorus that is a living garden, our favourite… Read More »

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